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Austin A30/A35 Vans
In 1954 Van and Countryman versions completed the Austin A30 range. In 1954 the A30 was upgraded, gaining a 948cc version of the A-series engine and a wraparound rear window. Vans received the same engine upgrade and revised lighting. A35 cars ceased production in 1958 as the A40 Farina took over, but the Vans and Countryman versions continued to be sold. In 1962 the Series II A35 Van was given plainer door skins and a white grille, and later in 1962 the 1098cc A-series engine was available in a 6cwt version (AV8). From 1966 to 1968 A35 Vans were given the 848cc engine for local delivery work.
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Austin AK5 pickup - grille

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Austin A30 AV4 5cwt Van. A30 cars and vans did not have front indicators, these were added for the A35 versions.

Austin A30 AV4 5cwt Van front
Austin A30 AV4 5cwt Van. Introduced in 1954 and based on the 803cc Austin A30 car. The inset panels on the doors were extinguished from the AV6 model of 1962.

Austin A30 AV4 5cwt Van rear
Austin A30 AV4 5cwt Van. The A30 had side trafficators, and single red rear lamps, whereas the A35 had front and rear indicators.

Austin A35 Van front
Austin A35 Van. This is the AV8 1098cc A35 Van which was produced from 1962. It is not a true Countryman.

Austin A35 Van RAC front
Austin A35 RAC Van 1967. The AV8 Austin A35 Van was available until 1968, the last versions being offered with the 848cc engine for local journeys.

Austin A35 Van rear
Austin A35 Van. In late 1962 the MkIII Van was produced (AV8) and rated at 6cwt (from 5cwt) because of its bigger engine. A chrome strip above the waist identifies the 6cwt. The windows were added after purchase.

Austin AK5 pickup front
Austin A35 AK5 pickup

Austin AK5 pickup rear
Austin A35 AK5 pickup. Just 475 AK5 A35 pickups were made in 1956 and 1957.

Austin AV8 Van rear
Austin A35 AV5 Van. In 1956, the van was uprated in line with the car range, receiving a 948cc A-series engine in place of the original 803cc version, to become the A35 (type AV5).

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Austin A30 AV4 5cwt Van. A30 Vans had trafficators just behind the side doors. A30/A35 vans carried inset panels on the doors until the MkII version in 1962.

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Austin AK5 pickup. Only 475 Pickups were sold due to taxation problems and the small size of the vehicle.

s_Austin AV8 Van side
Austin A35 AV6 Van. While the A35 saloons were replaced by the Mini in 1959, the van soldiered on, with a MkII version (type AV6) being launched in 1962, identifiable by its white radiator grille and less-fussy door skins. This version lasted just 6 months, before being replaced by the MkIII version (type A-AV8) in October of the same year, which gained the 1098cc A-series engine. Finally, in May 1966, the 1098cc engine was supplanted by the Mini's 848cc unit, considered adequate for the sort of local delivery work these vans invariably undertook. Production ceased in February 1968.

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Austin A30 AV4 5cwt Van. Single red tail lamps for the A30 Van, A35 Vans had amber indicators in addition to the red lamps.

Austin A30, A35
Austin Seven Van
Austin A40 Van and Pickup
Austin and Morris 5cwt (Mini) Van and Pickup
key text:  This is the page introducing Simons love of cars from the website  RedSimon which is a series of photo albums of Simon GP Geoghegan.
The names of Pinin, Farina, and Pininfarina are also considered
There are also notes on Pininfarina
as well as the car maker
and links tothat car maker
see also my Picasa car albums
withe even more on RedSimon
Simon is also a contributor to SuperCars.Net
And also to Wikipedia
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